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Well, and imagine where they’re going, what they’re thinking and who they’re meeting. Obviously.
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At a certain point in your adult life, you realize you can get a puppy. You’ve wanted one for years. You’ve spent months pouring over super cute dog blogs stalking Petfinder.com for the perfect one to rescue. Then one night it hits you: You don’t need permission. You don’t have to beg and whine to anyone! —unless you’re in a relationship or have a roommate, because then you will still have to plead your case.
If you want a puppy, you can get a puppy! Hell, you’re a responsible adult. There are a million reasons to rescue a dog, most of them beginning with “squee!!” and ending with “awww!” But remember that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, and you can’t train a puppy not to need a walk when you’re hung over. Here are the best and worst reasons to rescue a dog. More
Don’t watch this if you’re feeling emotional. More
Hint: it’s mostly signage. More
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Better than puppies.
Puppy mills are evil. Everyone understands that. But if you were to liberate all the puppies and burn it to the ground, would that be just? Or crazy? This week, editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff debate vigilante justice. More
Bodysnarking. It’s a rude and often demeaning remark about someone’s appearance that’s commonplace on comment threads. As someone not usually inclined to bodysnark, I don’t understand why someone would do something so mean and hurtful just to make himself/herself feel … More